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Game Theory: EXPOSED!

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Release date December 28, 2014
Length 11:40
Link Game Theory: EXPOSED!
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Episode 91
Series Game Theory
Topic Game Theory
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Game Theory: EXPOSED! (subtitled Game Theory EXPOSED) is the 92nd episode of Game Theory on The Game Theorists.

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WANT TO BE IN A GAME THEORY?
Here are the steps:
1. Get the Skype Qik app ►► http://qik.skype.com/?cm_mmc=SMYT_GameTheorist
2. Send your video to the number 323-609-8353
3. MAKE IT FUN! I'm going to try to include as many of your videos as possible, so it'll help if you make yours stand out :)

I've gotten TONS of requests from fans of the show asking for a look behind the scenes of a typical episode of Game Theory. So here it is, the curtain is pulled back and we show you the THRILLING process behind making an upload of the series. From the meticulous process of choosing a video topic to the grueling edit process, we show you the ins and outs of what it takes to produce a typical theory!

And be sure to stay until the end so you can be included in an upcoming episode! With the help of my partners at Skype via their Qik app, I'm gathering videos submitted by Loyal Theorists to choose one of 2015's first episodes and then using the videos you submit throughout the episode! So this is your chance to theorize along with me! I can't wait to see what you guys produce!

In full disclosure, this video was sponsored by Skype. But, as always, rest assured that we're promoting a service that we already use anyway. Skype is THE go-to communication service for most YouTubers, especially gamers, so partnering with them to do a cool video like this and host a fan-submission service that enables us to feature you guys in an upcoming episode is SUPER exciting.

Anyway, rest assured that when I do videos on this channel, sponsored or no, at the end of the day they are on topics that interest ME as a creator and not some corporate entity. I won't do a video unless I A) control what I get to say, B) am personally interested in the subject, and C) think you will enjoy the final product! Just so you know how I approach these sorts of things :)